With its January North American production running well below schedule, it appeared last week that General Motors Corp. production planners might be having second thoughts about the strength of the market in the first quarter. But following a late-January review, GM is keeping its overall January-March output plan intact at 1,306,300 units by increasing scheduled February and March production to offset the January shortfall. (See related data: North American February 2004 Production ...
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